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: RHWNG SIR A SIR

Doniau Cymru am y gorau
11: Sir Ddinbych
The counties entertain
First shown on

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Unknown: Doniau Cymru

: Watch with Mother: The Herbs

For the very young
Written by Michael Bond.
Told by Gordon Rollings.

Contributors

Writer: Michael Bond
Narrator: Gordon Rollings
Music: Tony Russell
Puppets and animation: Ivor Wood
Producer: Norman James

: The News and The Weather Man

Peter Walker
(to 13.53)

Contributors

Weatherman: Peter Walker

: Jackanory: Grimble: Coconut Tart

Read by Clement Freud.

Contributors

Storyteller: Clement Freud

: Blue Peter

with Valerie Singleton, John Noakes, Peter Purves

Contributors

Presenter: Valerie Singleton
Presenter: John Noakes
Presenter: Peter Purves
Producer: Edward Barnes
Producer: Rosemary Gill
Editor: Biddy Baxter

: The White Horses: Thais Becomes a Mother

A foal is born during a storm and Julia rides out for help.

: The Magic Roundabout

English version written and told by Eric Thompson.

Contributors

Created by: Serge Danot
Writer/Narrator: Eric Thompson

: The Weather Man

Peter Walker

Contributors

Weatherman: Peter Walker

: The News

: Town and Around

News and views from London and the South-East
featuring Kenneth Robinson
followed by the Weather in the South-East

Contributors

Reporter: Kenneth Robinson

: Quiz Time, Gentlemen, Please!: The Brook House, Liverpool v. The Custard House, Birmingham

Pubs all over Britain compete in a new knock-out competition which combines darts and general knowledge.
Question-Master, Keith Fordyce
from Liverpool

Contributors

Question-Master: Keith Fordyce
Producer: Tony Broughton

: Look at: Guacharo: Bird of Eternal Darkness

with Peter Scott.
from the South and West

A bird that never sees the light of day but lives in stygian caverns and emerges only at night to fly silently through tropical American jungles; a bird that, like the bat, uses echo-location to find its way around the eaves, though, unlike the bat, the sounds it emits are audible to humans...
It all seems a bit far-fetched, but such a bird does exist-perhaps the most extraordinary bird in the world. Only recently have the full facts emerged, and much credit goes to the young Swedish wildlife photographer, Jan Lindblad, who spent months under conditions of great hardship in the Trinidad jungles making tonight's programme-the first in a new series.
He has adapted and used infra-red techniques to bring back astonishing film, shot in pitch darkness.
The great naturalist and explorer, von Humboldt, first found the bird almost 170 years ago in Venezuela. It was surrounded by superstition and fear - Guacharo, 'the one who cries and mourns'.
The local Indians were afraid to go to the cavern because of the strange echoing cries. They believed it was the home of their ancestors' spirits, and that if they entered they too would die.
Missionaries had no such qualms-the Guacharo's young get immensely fat and these were slaughtered in thousands for boiling down into oil for lamps and cooking. It was because of this that von Humboldt gave the bird the more prosaic name of oilbird. Now the oilbird, secretive, romantic, harmless, and fantastic, is struggling to survive.

Contributors

Presenter: Peter Scott
Presented for television by: Robina Gyle-Thompson
Series producer: Jeffery Boswall
Photographer: Jan Lindblad

: Z Cars: The Saint of Concrete Canyon: Part 1

by Tom Brennand and Roy Bottomley
Starring Joss Ackland, James Ellis, John Slater
with David Daker, Bernard Holley, John Wreford
(Part 2: Tuesday at 7.5)
(For cast list see page 23)

The saint of the title is one Ted Crowther, who lives in a fairly new block of flats known as Concrete Canyon. He has earned his title because of his good works on behalf of the tenants. He is also a very good Crown Green bowler, well-known in the area for his dexterity with wood and jack.

A little boy, Billy Darby, goes missing from the flats because he believes that he is going to lose his pet hamster, as the Council won't allow pets to be kept in Concrete Canyon. Crowther, naturally, is right there with the Newtown police to help look for Billy. But Crowther also runs a savings club for the tenants, and this attracts the interest of Det.-Insp. Todd...

Contributors

Writer: Tom Brennand
Writer: Roy Bottomley
Designer: John Stout
Producer: Ronald Travers
Director: Barry Letts
P.C. Culshaw: David Daker
P.C. Jackson: John Wreford
Det.-Sgt. Stone: John Slater
Sgt. Lynch: James Ellis
P.C. Newcombe: Bernard Holley
Det.-Insp. Todd: Joss Ackland

: News Headlines

: Beryl Reid Says Good Evening

when she invites you to meet many different characters.
with Hugh Paddick, Michael Stainton
and introduces Jake Thackray
and special guest, Jack Tripp

Contributors

Comedienne: Beryl Reid
[Actor]: Hugh Paddick
[Actor]: Michael Stainton
Performer: Jake Thackray
Guest: Jack Tripp
Staged by: William Chappell
Sketchwriter: Alan Melville
Sketchwriter: N. F. Simpson
Sketchwriter: Thorley Walters
Music arranger/conductor: Burt Rhodes
Designer: Brian Tregidden
Producer: Robin Nash

: Panorama

People, places, and problems that matter most to Britain and the world.
Introduced by Robin Day with Panorama reporters Michael Charlton, David Dimbleby, Richard Kershaw, Robert MacNeil and James Mossman.

Contributors

Presenter: Robin Day
Reporter: Michael Charlton
Reporter: David Dimbleby
Reporter: Richard Kershaw
Reporter: Robert MacNeil
Reporter: James Mossman
Editor: David J. Webster

: The News

with Richard Baker
followed by The Weather

Contributors

Newsreader: Richard Baker

: A Man Called Ironside

criminal investigator extraordinary
A film series starring
RAYMOND BURR as Robert Ironside with DON GALLOWAY as Det.-Sgt.
Brown BARBARA ANDERSON as Officer Eve Whitfield
DON MITCHELL as Mark Sanger with guest stars,
James Farentino
Susan Saint James
Something for Nothing
Ironside tries to find just one witness courageous enough to testify against a ruthless moneylender who controls a powerful crime ring.
Don's dream came true
Don Galloway always wanted to be an actor. ' When I was a little kid I wanted to be an actor so badly I could hardly believe it would happen. It still hits me once in a while. I say, " What are you doing? " and I realise I'm doing what I want to do.'
Galloway was born in Brooksville, Kentucky. He went to university there and studied drama.
After working as a soda-pop delivery van driver and as a page at NBC in New York, he landed his first acting job, a running part in a daytime TV serial.
' I went to a reading at 5.30 p.m. one day,' he said. ' I'd been knocking on doors all day and I was tired. There were forty others waiting who looked exactly like me. I read just to get it over with -and got the job.' Then four years ago he went to Hollywood and worked pretty steadily until A Man Called Ironside came up.

Contributors

Unknown: Raymond Burr
Unknown: Robert Ironside
Unknown: Don Galloway
Unknown: Brown Barbara Anderson
Unknown: Don Mitchell
Unknown: Mark Sanger
Unknown: James Farentino
Unknown: Susan Saint James

: Twenty-Four Hours

Introduced by Cliff Michelmore with Kenneth Allsop.
Round 24 hours with Ian Trethowan, Robert McKenzie
Round 24.000 miles with Fyfe Robertson, Julian Pettifer, Michael Barratt, David Lomax, Philip Tibenham

Contributors

Presenter: Cliff Michelmore
Presenter: Kenneth Allsop
Reporter: Ian Trethowan
Reporter: Robert McKenzie
Reporter: Fyfe Robertson
Reporter: Julian Pettifer
Reporter: Michael Barratt
Reporter: David Lomax
Reporter: Philip Tibenham
Editor: Anthony Whitby

: DANCE DATE

The Star United Kingdom Ballroom Dancing Championships with the music of Joe Loss and his Orchestra
Introduced by Peter West
The Amateur Modern and Amateur Latin-American finals come live tonight from the Lyceum Ballroom. Qualifying heats have been i held all over the country and out of hundreds of entries, six couples have been chosen to dance in i each section. The Japanese professional team will be appearing next month at the Royal Albert Hall , London, in the Professional World Championship.
The Grand Finals of the AMATEUR MODERN CHAMPIONSHIPS
The Grand Finals of the AMATEUR LATIN-AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS
A guest appearance of the JAPANESE PROFESSIONAL NATIONAL TEAM
Cabaret:
JULIE ROGERS
Judith Chalmers commentates
Bill Irvine explains the judging
Arranged by Eric Morley
Organised by Mecca Dancing in association with Ovaltine
Television production direct from the Lyceum, London, by Philip S. Gilbert

Contributors

Unknown: Joe Loss
Introduced By: Peter West
Unknown: Albert Hall
Unknown: Julie Rogers
Unknown: Judith Chalmers
Unknown: Bill Irvine
Arranged By: Eric Morley
Unknown: Philip S. Gilbert

: The Making of America: 2: The Abundant Land

The prospect of millions of acres of fertile empty land fired the imagination and greed of both Americans and Europeans. But prosperous settlement could not be achieved by 'frontier' methods alone.
Written and introduced by Professor Barry Supple.

("The Making of America", published by the BBC, can be obtained through booksellers, price 10s., or by post (price 11s., inc. post/packing) from BBC Publications [address removed])

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Contributors

Writer/Presenter: Professor Barry Supple
Producer: Peter Dunkley








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